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Monitor Archive for May 13, 1983
Sakharaov kin still hope for exit
Bonn legislators detained for A-protest in E. Berlin
Behind Soviets' low-key response to diplomats' expulsion
Ordinary Afghans stage silent protest against Soviets
More adventure with Soup and Rob; Soup in the Saddle, by Robert Newton Peck. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 110 pp.
Eclecticism in modern design
A week of Middle East alarum bells, Western economic wrangling
Old newspapers may find new niche -- in the garden
Agency puts cold water on breeder reactor plan
Lions, snails, wild babies, oh my!; The Lion Upstairs, by Stephen Krensky, illustrated by Leigh Grant. New York: Atheneum. 40 pp. $10.95.
Poetry highlight of the month; Creeley -- complete; The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley - 1945-1975. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Pr...
Iraq missiles strike southern Iran city
Americans who put off vacations last year plan to hit the road in '83
Spoils of success force adjustments in Silicon Valley
Does Sweden's social net save or entangle family life?
Newbery medalist aims at 'realism' for youngsters; Cynthia Voigt: family comes first
Minister says right wing interferes in French riots
Accord on Israeli pullout is ready for final touches
Stepping gingerly on Capitol Hill; Tussle over foreign policy role
Carpentry for kids; Woodworking with Kids, by Richard Starr. Newton, Conn.: The Taunton Press, Box 355, Newtown, Conn. 06470. 205 pp. $18.95.
New use for the MX
The trouble with US farms -- is not Europe
Daniel Webster would have been different on television
West Europe revs up no-lead gas campaign
Rockets boost satellite closer to proper orbit
Soviets, Poles trade journalistic salvos -- a warning to Polish regime?
Playing soccer and being a girl do mix; Scrappy, by Osmond Molarsky. New York: Dodd, Mead. 127 pp. $8.95.
Z particle: last link that joins 2 forces of matter
Jacobo Timerman's story of an Argentine prison
Science fiction: heavy on adventure; Warriors of the Wasteland, by Douglas Hill. New York: Atheneum. 130 pp. $9.95.
All aboard the last privately run passenger train in US
High-tech's perks for building teamwork
No-holds-barred talks shed new light on race relations
High-tech's perks for building teamwork
A dissident Soviet historian's view; Khrushchev's life, times; Khrushchev, by Roy Medvedev. Translated by Brian Pearce. New York: Anchor Press/Doubl...
Western nations explore formulas for saving cities
Where have the good children's biographies gone?
A zucchini bonanza calls for creative cooking
Drought, few jobs: South African blacks face bleak winter
Fraser and last of the old-guard UAW leaders prepare to step down
A modest complaint
Kampuchea's Viet settlers: binding Hanoi's rule or avoiding it?
Biography -- hefty, colorful, detailed, and possibly biased; Manchester takes on ChurchillThe Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill: Visions of Glory...
Senate bucks leadership on '84 budget proposal
Well-worn rabbit reappears in four new version; The Velveteen Rabbit, by Margery Williams, illustrated by Ilse Plume. Boston: David R. Godine. 31 pp...
Growing up in an orange grove; Hazel Rye, by Vera and Bill Cleaver. New York: J.B. Lippincott. 178 pp. $11.50 .
Two enjoyable choices for beginning readers; The Longest Float in the Parade, by Carol Carrick. New York: Greenwillow Books. 55 pp. $7.95.
Laker role player Kurt Rambis travels bizarre route to NBA
Blacks can progress without appealing to fear
Blackfoot legend in new colors; Star Boy, retold and illustrated by Paul Goble. Scarsdale, N.Y.: Bradbury Press. Pages unnumbered. $12.95.
Lyrical tale of uprooted immigrants; Voyage, by Adele Geras. New York: Atheneum. 193 pp. $10.95.
Europe's electronics firms plan to team up on US, Japan
Syrians don't want war, willing to pull out -- a Soviet view
Books to engage a child in reading; Talk Along Books - Help Jumbo Escape, Name Patty's Pets, Name Lizzy's Colors, Count the Possums, by Dick Punnett...
Awards gala honors newcomers